Minimally Invasive Implant Type Electromagnetic Biosensor for Continuous Glucose Monitoring System: In vivo Evaluationhttps://www.embs.org/tbme/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2023/02/TBME-00611-2022-Website_Image.jpg780444IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)//www.embs.org/tbme/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2022/06/ieee-tbme-logo2x.png
A fundamentally new approach for the development of EM-based implantable glucose sensor and initial in vivo experiments with C57BL/6J mouse and Sprague Dawley rat for continuous glucose monitoring is presented.
Author(s)3: Pascal Puentener, Marcel Schuck, Johann W. Kolar
CFD Assisted Evaluation of in Vitro Experiments on Bearingless Blood Pumpshttps://www.embs.org/tbme/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2021/03/TBME-02246-2019-Highlight-Image.jpeg170177IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)//www.embs.org/tbme/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2022/06/ieee-tbme-logo2x.png
The design of modern bearingless blood pumps requires detailed insights of the occurring shear forces within the pump in order to reduce blood damage. As the optimization by means of experimental shear-force analysis is often impractical, this work presents a computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulation framework, based on Eulerian hemolysis models, to identify the sources of blood damage in bearingless centrifugal pumps. The outputs obtained with this framework are compared to experimental hemolysis tests conducted with ten different pump prototypes. As a result, this work provides design guidelines for improving the cell compatibility of future centrifugal blood pumps.
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